You could use Classification Rules to pull those values apart, but that
would have the challenge that your first value would end up in a
different dimension from your second, third, etc. values. Instead, have
you considered using a List Prop? That could be enough for what I see on
your screenshot. I...
Time spent is derived by comparing the time between two tracked events
(HITs). If the website is really that slow, then yes, it will look like
users are spending a lot of time on your page when in reality the page
is just slowly loading.
Description - Today, when the Experience Platform Debugger is used by a
logged-in user, the component name is pulled right into the debug
output, which is great: However, this could be enhanced by a lot by
pulling in more details. Some things I would love to see there: The
component description Expi...
The regression functions all work the same in AA. The post
@Jennifer_Dungan mentioned details the steps for one of them, but as the
first screenshot shows, the same steps can be followed for any other
available regression model, like the logistic regression. The formula
needs to be adapted to fit th...
Description - Many visualizations in Analysis Workspace are based on
Freeform tables. Some of those visualizations, like the Histogram viz,
can therefore be used to create complex Segments or Freeform tables from
a simple interface. That's awesome! However, not all visualizations are
based on Freefo...
Description - Today, components in CJA are presented as a flat list,
like we know it from Core Analytics: While this makes sense in Core
Analytics, where components have no inherent relation to each other,
components in Customer Journey Analytics come from the XDM Schema, where
fields are always con...
Description - Today, default Component Names in Customer Journey
Analytics are based on the XDM display name of the field alone. However,
that leads to potentially many components having the same name (1) while
coming from very different paths in the Schema (2): This makes it hard
to understand whic...
Description - The Fallout visualization is more than just a pretty
visualization, it also is my favorite way to create (complex) Sequential
Segments. Next to the Flow viz, it is the most beginner-friendly way
into more powerful segmentation techniques. To make the visualization
more powerful and the...